[SciPy-user] reading .mat-files (Matlab 7)

David Cournapeau david@ar.media.kyoto-u.ac...
Thu Jul 26 08:37:48 CDT 2007

stef mientki wrote:
> massimo sandal wrote:
>> Stef Mientki ha scritto:
>>> this would be very welcome, ...
>>> ... I don't understand svn
>> I've never used it for scipy, but SVN (SubVersion) for an end user 
>> that wants the latest-and-greatest is pretty easy to use. Just:
>> - install svn on your computer
>> - at a console, type "svn checkout http://url-of-svn-server-you-want"
>> and you'll obtain a directory with the (usually installable) source 
>> code you need.
>> Then (if everything's been done right) just install like you would 
>> install a tarball.
> thanks Massimo,
> but I'm just a computer user,
> so do you really think I know what a tarball is ;-)
On windows, you can use TortoiseSVN, which is a graphical interface to 
subversion. Once you fetch the sources with it, installing scipy is 
exactly like installing from the official sources.


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